Series III (Presidential Papers)

Series III (Presidential Papers)

Below is a sample of new documents written by Abraham Lincoln or with substantial endorsements written by Lincoln that do not appear in The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln (1953-55) or either of its supplements (1974, 1990).  Because the Papers of Abraham Lincoln has a much broader scope, the project has also scanned thousands of letters to Lincoln and other documents not included in the Collected Works.

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Abraham Lincoln to William S. Rosecrans, September 10, 1864

Lincoln to Rosencrans

William S. Rosecrans Papers, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Abraham Lincoln to William P. Fessenden, September 13, 1864

Lincoln to Fessenden 1 Lincoln to Fessenden 2

Jones Library, Amherst, MA

Abraham Lincoln to William P. Fessenden, September 28, 1864

Lincoln to Fessenden 1 Lincoln to Fessenden 2

Record Group 56, General Records of the Department of the Treasury, 1775-1990, Entry 210: Part II - Records of Various Divisions within the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury, Records of the Division of Appointments, Correspondence of the Division, Applications and Recommendations for Positions in the Washington, D.C. Offices of the Treasury Department, 1830-1910, National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD

Abraham Lincoln to Unknown, October 1, 1864

Lincoln to Unknown

Private Collection

Abraham Lincoln to Charles A. Dana, October 8, 1864

Lincoln to Dana 1 Lincoln to Dana 2

Record Group 249: Records of the Commissary General of Prisoners, 1861-1905, Entry 22: Office of the Commissary General of Prisoners, 1861-1867, General Records, Telegrams, Telegrams Received, 1862-1865, National Archives Building, Washington, DC.

Abraham Lincoln to Whom It May Concern, October 15, 1864

Lincoln to whom it may concern

Pink Palace Museum, Memphis, TN

Abraham Lincoln to Edward R. S. Canby, October 17, 1864

Lincoln to Canby

National Museum of American History, Washington, DC

Abraham Lincoln to Henry M. Day, November 30, 1864

Lincoln to Day

Private Collection